What to do when you can't post photos of the bride and groom online?

Michael PhillipsComment

Have you ever shot a wedding where, due to the couples jobs, you aren't allowed to post photos of the couples faces? Yesterday I had the opportunity to photograph a wedding at the Trump Winery in VA ( Yes, it's owned by Donald Trump, our president.) But what was I going to do to for my portfolio for the day? Then I had an idea. Why get a ton of detail shots? Photos that showed off the beauty of the venue mixed with detail shots that couples know and love.

This place was beautiful. Boasting 1,300 acres consisting of gorgeous lakes and acres of grape trellis systems, it's definitely a sight to see.

The beauty didn't stop there!

This may not seem like much, but to me it's always about the little things. The hustle of the day makes it to where the couple may not be able to see everything that's done for them. This also gives you a chance to share things on social media without an invasion of their privacy.